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Season 5, Episode 26
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Air Date: July 7, 2015
Viewers: 1.182 million, 0.38 rating[1]
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"Where in the World Is Abby Lee Miller?" is the twenty-sixth episode of the fifth season of Dance Moms. It first aired July 7, 2015.

Synopsis

After last week's blow out between Abby, Kira, and Kalani, all three are nowhere to be found. With only five weeks to go until Nationals, each girl has a solo to determine who will get a spot at the National Competition. Meanwhile, Kendall's single is dropping, but without her manager there to promote her, there is minimal fanfare. Nia meets with music producers to plan for her next single which includes a rap, a first for her. Therefore, Holly decides to enlist the help of a special guest to get Nia in the zone, which only serves to make Jill jealous.

Competition Attended

Sheer Talent in Westminster, California, on April 25th. [2]

Weekly Dances

Abby Lee Dance Company
Dancer(s)
Dance Name
Dance Style
Place
Kalani Reign Contemporary 1st in Teen
Kendall Welcome to My Life Jazz 3rd in Pre-Teen
Mackenzie Superstar Acrobatic Jazz 1st in Junior
Maddie Golden Girl Lyrical 1st in Pre-Teen
Top solo score of competition
Nia House of Voodoo Contemporary 2nd in Teen
JoJo Shadow Contemporary Scratched
Pre-Teen

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